• Suggest a Community Education Class

    Is there a new fitness class sweeping the nation?  Perhaps you didn't see a specific computer software class you would like to take in the current schedule of classes.  We want to hear your suggestions for new classes!  Simply fill out the form below and CCC and our partners will look into creating a new class. 


    How to Get Involved 

    Submit the follow Community Education form to suggest a class. You can also inquire about a Community Education teaching position.

     

  •  * Full Name:   
     * Address:   
     * City:   
     * State:   
     * Zip Code:   
    Phone:   
     Email Address:   
    Class you would like to suggest:   
    Why should we offer this class?    
    Where should this class be taught?   
    Would you like to suggest a particular teacher?
    (please include contact information if you have it)  
       
    Please list any Commununity Education courses that you have taken through Clackamas Community College:    
     
          
     
  • Contact our Office of Community Education

    Harmony Campus - 7738 S.E. Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222

    Call us: 503-594-0627

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